Head of Fundraising
Jonny came to Cavendish Cancer Care to help out for a month in 2006 after getting involved with us through a corporate partner and never left. After meeting so many people that Cavendish Care has made a significant difference to he feels passionately about the care we provide. He is married to Jenny and is father to Jack and in his (limited) spare time enjoys playing and coaching for Rotherham Hockey Club.
Talk to Jonny about…
– Taking on a challenge to fundraise for Cavendish (e.g. joining Team Cav for the Sheffield Half Marathon or 10k)
– Running your own fundraising event or taking part in one of ours
– or any way you want to get involved in supporting Cavendish Cancer Care
Head of Grants & Evaluation
Mike first joined Cavendish Cancer Care in 2015 after several years spent carrying out biomedical research in the UK and Ireland. What he enjoys most about working here is being able to see on a daily basis the difference that our support makes to local families as a reminder of why he wanted to make that change. He briefly left us at the end of 2016 but rejoined the team in February 2018 and quickly felt as if he’d never been away! He focuses on securing funding from trusts and foundations as well as working to understand and demonstrate the impact of our work. At home Mike loves to cook and is especially happy when baking bread and sweet treats for himself and his family.
Talk to Mike about…
– Charitable trusts and foundations
– Learning more about the difference we make
Strategic Partnerships Manager
Kirsty’s background is within corporate events from organising team building events and large scale conferences to family fun days and parties; which all help businesses achieve maximum employee engagement. Joining the team in 2019, she wanted to showcase Cavendish in the vibrant corporate world of South Yorkshire and develop relationships with companies across the city. Working closely with these companies, she helps to develop their CSR strategy and impact on the local community living with cancer, and what better way than through a fun and engaging fundraising event for all of your employees? She loves to hear about what you’ve been up to and the direct impact your company has made on the lives of the patient, families, carers and young people of the region. Kirsty enjoys going back home to Oxfordshire from time to time and spending time outdoors in her garden, Rother Valley or the Peak District.
Talk to Kirsty about…
– Charity of the Year
– Corporate Partnerships
– Payroll Giving
– Employee Volunteering